Brighton and Hove Albion attacker Percy Tau has been left out of the South African squad for the football event at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics starting later this month. He misses the final cut despite being named in the preliminary squad by Olympic team manager David Notoane.
Tau didn’t make the final Olympics squad for South Africa after Brighton turned down the request to release him for the Olympics this summer. Clubs are not obliged to release their players for the football event at the Olympics as it’s not officially recognised by world’s football body, FIFA. Left-footed attacker Tau is the biggest footballer in South Africa and his absence would be a big loss for the South African team. Continue reading “OLYMPICS: NO TAU FOR SOUTH AFRICA”→
Brighton and Hove Albion striker Percy Tau has revealed that he has not thought about the captaincy role for the BafanaBafana of South Africa. He talked about the South African national team captaincy role while speaking with journalists recently as monitored by Soccer Laduma.
Brighton are said to be looking to fast-track the arrival of South Africa international Percy Tau. The Seagulls signed the forward last season but have had to do without his services due to work permit.
featured last season in the Belgium lower league winning the player of the year
and this season has been sensational for Genk. Tau who is now an
undisputed star for the South African team is said to be eager for a transfer
to his parent club.